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Old 05-17-2005, 22:06   #1 (permalink)
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5.0 or a 302?

HEy another question from the newbie.
Just wonding what dfference there is between the 5.0 and ther 302? I was told by one person that the two motors are the same and by another person that the 5.0 is a larger motor. Not sure where to find out so I figure Id post it as a question.

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Re: 5.0 or a 302?

I understand that they both refer to the same motor, the "302ci" bit being a more accurate representation of the displacement of the motor. In a sense then both the pieces of information you've been told are correct. It's roughly 5 litres so they badge them such, perhaps stupid people wouldn't buy cars bearing 4.9L decals.
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